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Scholarship deadline is January 31, 2017 for summer 2017 and the 2017-2018 school year. The selection committee will distribute available funds to the applicants it deems to be most qualified. Total funding for 2017-2018 is anticipated to be $5000.00
Illinois Section American Water Works Association (ISAWWA) is dedicated to the promotion of public health and welfare in the provision of drinking water in sufficient quality and quantity. ISAWWA is proactive in advancing the technology, science, management, conservation, and government policies relative to the stewardship of water. Recognizing that water is the basic element of life, ISAWWA values are:
- Safe and Sufficient Water for All People. ISAWWA is committed to safeguarding public health by adhering to the principle that the public has an absolute right to safe water in sufficient quantity to meet community needs.
- Consumer Confidence and Satisfaction. ISAWWA is committed to achieving consumer confidence and satisfaction with tap water.
- Honesty and Integrity. ISAWWA is committed to honesty and integrity in all actions of our staff and members.
- Total Water Stewardship. ISAWWA is dedicated to assuring water is managed for the greatest good of people and the environment.
- Commitment to Excellence. ISAWWA is committed to the highest standards of service, products, operations, and education. .
- Diversity. ISAWWA is dedicated to remaining inclusive, and expanding the diversity of our staff, membership, and leadership.
- Trust and Teamwork. ISAWWA members will openly share information and solve problems in a spirit of cooperation.
The ISAWWA Outreach Committee’s mission is to educate the general public on the essential functions and importance of the water industry, the water cycle and water treatment, and career paths in the water industry. In fulfillment of the mission, the committee will award up to $5000.00 in scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic year (including summer term 2017). Applicants must be enrolled or accepted into a water-related secondary, continuing-education, or enrichment program for the academic year.
Secondary education includes water system operator training programs,
water-related technical school, community college, four-year college,
Masters and Doctoral programs.
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